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East Bay SPCA's Seniors for Seniors Adoption Program

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    The East Bay SPCA is excited to launch a new adoption program, Seniors for Seniors. Adopters ages 65 and up, will have their adoption fees waived for senior shelter dogs and cats ages 7 and up. The East Bay SPCA’s goal is to increase their older animals' chances of finding a new home while also improving the health and quality of life of senior citizens. 

    East Bay SPCA staff will help adopters select a pet who fits into their lifestyle and housing situation. Homestead, a 19-year-old senior cat is looking for her forever home. Her purrfect match? Someone who enjoys quiet times, togetherness and petting. 
    All cats and dogs adopted from the East Bay SPCA are spayed or neutered, vaccinated and micro-chipped.
    For more information, click here. 
    WHEN: Beginning Wednesday, October 30, 2019 
    WHERE: 8323 Baldwin Street, Oakland

    The East Bay SPCA is excited to launch a new adoption program, Seniors for Seniors. Adopters ages 65 and up, will have their adoption fees waived for senior shelter dogs and cats ages 7 and up. The East Bay SPCA’s goal is to increase their older animals' chances of finding a new home while also improving the health and quality of life of senior citizens. 

    East Bay SPCA staff will help adopters select a pet who fits into their lifestyle and housing situation. Homestead, a 19-year-old senior cat is looking for her forever home. Her purrfect match? Someone who enjoys quiet times, togetherness and petting. 

    All cats and dogs adopted from the East Bay SPCA are spayed or neutered, vaccinated and micro-chipped.

    For more information, click here. 

    WHEN: Beginning Wednesday, October 30, 2019 

    WHERE: 8323 Baldwin Street, Oakland